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The endless rescue work of Angie McCready, on the Costa Blanca

Angie moved to the Southern Costa Blanca inland from Alicante 9 years ago from the UK. She hadn't realized the plight of dogs here until she arrived. She was shocked, outraged, and felt she needed to do something. She was soon bottle feeding puppies that had been found dumped in bins, picking up strays from the street, and finding them new homes. Many didn't even go any further than Angie's home... She's a confirmed failed fosterer on more than one occasion. At the last count she has 11 ranging from quite small dogs to a Spanish Mastiff who is the gentlest dog ever.

Update on some now in their furever homes
06 April 2015 @ 12:27


Update on the puppies only a few days old that were thrown down a ravine in a plastic bag that was caught in a tree. (The Podenco Puppies). Check out their Facebook page, click here >>

See how they've grown, new families have posted their photos.

One of my blog posts on them is here >>>

Cal now lives in Scotland with his brother Roo. Rosa is in Devon, Angel is in Germany, and Flint is in California. The family who have Rosa also now have Bambi. 

Bambi is mum to The Frozen Family, click here >>


Simba (Frozen family)  is with Luke in Southampton. Luke had been with Angie well over a year since a few weeks old.

Belle is in Kent, Pedro is in Northampton, and Minnie is going to the French Alps in a few days time, all Frozen Family. 


Angie is currently caring for Lily & her six puppies, born when at Angie's, all are doing well & the puppies have their eyes open now. Sound UP! 



Read more about Lily & her puppies here >>

Angie's public Facebook page is >>

Paypal address for Angie is

Public donations are needed for Angie to care for these dogs she takes into her home, please help her. When she takes on a pregnant dog the puppies need to stay with her for four months before they can be rehomed outside of Spain due to the law. This financial strain is immense & she never knows where the funding is going to come from. 

Thank you for helping Angie to do this work, work she loves.

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